“I’m going to Arsenal!”… Brighton MF, statement + absence from training ‘bomb’

English Premier League Brighton’s key midfielder Moises Caicedo (22) dropped a bomb immediately announcing a statement when his team strongly opposed the move to Arsenal.

On the 28th (Korean time), Caicedo asked Brighton for permission to transfer, announcing a statement on his social media account.

Caicedo, an Ecuador national team player, is receiving attention from big clubs such as Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool as he performs well on the Premier League stage at a young age.

In particular, British media Sky Sports reported on the 27th that “Arsenal offered a transfer fee of 60 million pounds (approximately 91.4 billion won) to recruit Caicedo, but was rejected.”

Shortly after the Arsenal offer was turned down, Caicedo publicly expressed his desire to leave the team, posting a statement on social media.

Caicedo said, “I always thank Chairman Tony Bloom and Brighton for giving me the opportunity to come to the Premier League and I think I did my best for them. I always play football with a smile and heart.”

“Nanan was born and raised as the youngest of 10 siblings in a poor family in Santo Domingo, Ecuador,” he said. “My dream has always been to become the greatest player in Ecuador’s history.”

“I am proud to be able to bring record transfer fees to Brighton and help Brighton reinvest them and help the club continue to succeed.”

Finally, he asked for fans’ support, saying, “The fans who hold me in my heart will always be in my heart, so I hope the fans understand why I want to seize this wonderful opportunity.”

If Arsenal accept the transfer fee, Brighton will set the record for the second highest transfer fee in the club’s history.

So far, the player who left the team with the highest ransom in Brighton is defender Mark Cucureya, who joined Chelsea for a transfer fee of 62 million pounds 메이저사이트 in August last year.

The European football world is shocked at the announcement of Caicedo’s statement.

It’s rare that a shocking statement like this is made openly during the season. Most of the time, the decision to transfer is made after intense behind-the-scenes negotiations with the current team, but when the deadline for the winter transfer window approached at the end of this month, Caicedo expressed that he had no intention of playing for Brighton through a sudden action called a statement.

Caicedo will also miss training with Brighton.

Fabrizio Romano, who is fluent in the transfer market, told social media on the 28th that “Caicedo has decided to openly ask the club for a transfer, you have to understand that he will not be able to train with the squad on the 29th.”

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